*This map is not representative of the totality of Facilities' projects, highlighting only those which are potentially disruptive and visible on campus.
Summer Construction 2017
- 100 LAURIER
A section of 100 Laurier’s roof will be replaced.
- 190 LAURIER
The Development Office’s building will receive general repairs to its windows and doors.
- BROOKS RESIDENCE
The third and final Brooks residence unit (the one closest to Marie-Curie) will have its roof replaced.
The replacement of D’Iorio’s roof began in the fall of 2016; phase 2 will continue throughout the summer.
- HAGEN (Tunnel)
Prior excavation work on Séraphin Marion revealed that the service tunnel beneath Hagen is in need of general repairs and maintenance.
- LAMOUREUX: LEARNING CENTRE
Construction will continue on the Learning Centre, which will offer modern, interdisciplinary study rooms, 1360 new seats, and a 350-seat food service area on the first floor. It should be completed in 2018.
- MANN GARAGE
The exposed top level of the Mann parking garage (P4) cannot currently accept parking year-round due to snow. The addition of a new roof will eliminate the snow load and allow an additional 91 parking spaces to be used throughout the winter. The first three floors will remain open throughout construction.
- MORISSET / UCU
Morisset’s lower terrace, which is 44 years old and serves as a roof to parts of the UCU, is leaking and in need of replacement. The concrete will be demolished, the waterproofing membrane replaced and a new terrace constructed, including new landscaping and lighting. The UCU steps opposite the 90U residence will also be replaced and a small assembly area created at the same time. The nearby accessible ramp will have to be dismantled during construction.
- POWER PLANT
The University’s existing emergency generator and related electrical infrastructure will be replaced with a new, larger generator to provide greater reliability for the campus. The plant’s fuel reservoir will also be excavated from beneath parking lot Z and replaced.
- SIDEWALK / ASPHALT
Expect miscellaneous sidewalk and asphalt repairs across campus this summer, including limited pedestrian detours.
- STEM (former site of MacDonald / CUBE)
Construction will continue on the state-of-the-art STEM complex, which will house open-concept teaching labs, multidisciplinary spaces, and 3D-printing Makerspaces. It should be completed in 2018.
Tabaret’s Laurier entrance / portico and ramp will be closed from late May to November 2017 as we address severe water damage to the steps and construct a new accessible ramp. Part of its roof (centre wing) will also be replaced.